The Supreme Commander who had Never Seen Action
|Caption||The Supreme Commander who had never seen action. The world called him Ike, but his real name was Dwight D. Eisenhower. He had a genius for getting Americans and British working together, and he was in command when the Allies invaded Europe on that day of days - D-Day. Original artwork for illustration on pp28-29 of Look and Learn issue no 518 (18 December 1971).|
|Artist||Graham Coton (1926-2003)|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Dwight D Eisenhower D-Day World War II Americans British Second World War artillery bombers aircraft ships sea warfare|
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